When Anthony Bourdain visited Las Vegas on his show No Reservations Season 1 Episode 7 (originally aired October 17, 2005), he and his crew picked many restaurants. Here are all the addresses and the dishes showcased on No Reservations Las Vegas, all in a convenient list:
Quoting Anthony Bourdain, “The Double Down Saloon is my
kind of bar – pool table, a great jukebox, easy on the attitude.”
DISH – Salmon Rilletes, Steamed Lobster, Beignets
de Brandade de Morue, Poulet Rôti, and Pommes Frites
WHAT IS IT?
Salmon Rilletes – topped with a layer of clarified butter; Steamed
Lobster – steamed fresh lobster; Beignets de Brandade de Morue – cod beignets
with tomato confit and fried sage; Poulet Rôti – roasted chicken with petits
pois à la Française, bacon lardons and chicken jus; Pommes Frites – French fries
On this episode, Anthony Bourdain mentioned, “Notorious
since the early 70s, this place was rated one of America’s 10 best make out
bars in 2004.” He also noted that the specialty of the house is “mega
DISH – Rough Cut Tuna “Nachos”, Tiger
Shrimp and Roasted Garlic Corn Tamale, Smoked Chicken and Black Bean Quesadilla,
and Filet Mignon
WHAT IS IT?
Rough Cut Tuna “Nachos” – Chef Bobby Flay’s
signature tuna tartare; Tiger Shrimp and Roasted Garlic Corn Tamale – roasted shrimp
with roasted garlic tamale, with garlic and cilantro sauce around the plate; Smoked
Chicken and Black Bean Quesadilla – with avocado, toasted garlic and crème
fraîche; Filet Mignon – coffee-rubbed filet mignon with mushroom and ancho chile
WHERE IS IT?
Mesa Grill 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV, United States
NO RESERVATIONS LAS VEGAS NOTES
Mesa Grill is Chef Bobby Flay’s restaurant at Caesar’s
Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.
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